Tag: Rhys-Callay

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  • Arashi

    Major God of Storms and the Angry Sea. A member of [[The Rhys-Callay]]. The father of [[Amaya]] and [[Aneko]]. Legend has it his daughters tried to flee his overprotective wrath, with [[Amaya]] successfully escaping to land, but [[Aneko]] being caught as …

  • Gelt

    Major God of Chaos. Driving force behind [[The Rhys-Callay]]. There is debate as to whether this is even the original Gelt, as he was reported exiled by [[The Godsmen]] during the war. Another theory is that he is actually a collection of several Gods, as …

  • Aodan

    Minor God of Fire and Sunlight. Aodan is a God of contradictions. He tries very hard to be calm, careful, and thoughtful, and upstanding member of [[The Godsmen]]. He is well-liked and respected when he manages to keep his temper. When he does not, he is …

  • Har-Tam

    Minor Goddess of the Hunt. Har-Tam is a member of [[The Rhys-Callay]], but she is not, by any stretch of the imagination, a mindless beast, as many anticipate her to be. Instead, she is an appreciator of the challenge of the hunt, a lover of the pursuit. …

  • Macha

    Minor Goddess of Destruction. Formerly considered a member of [[The Rhys-Callay]], now branded as a member of [[The Voidwalkers]] by Caillech in Gai'mas. Very little is known about this Goddess. She does seem to legitimately be the incarnation of …

  • Ne'et

    Minor Goddess of Growth and the Untamable. Member of [[The Rhys-Callay]]. Wife of [[Havel]], though they tend to only come together briefly every year, in the spring. The reunion and departure of Ne’et from [[Havel]]’s house are both major holidays, …

  • Akhlut

    Godling of Cold Winds in the Darkness. Chained to the southern polar mountain. Twin brother of [[Ramliya]]. [[Ramliya]] and Akhlut were [[Takara]]’s loyal pets, and he used them initially as a crucible to test the residents of Seken. They would wander too …

  • Ramliya

    Godling of Hot Sands in the Scorching Sun. Deceased. Twin sister of [[Akhlut]]. Ramliya and [[Akhlut]] were [[Takara]]’s loyal pets, and he used them initially as a crucible to test the residents of Seken. They would wander too and fro across the land …